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The number of University of Virginia School of Law graduates clerking with judges in a single year has reached 100 — marking the highest total in the school's history.
Lauren Willard '11 will clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy during the 2012-13 term.
One University of Virginia School of Law student walking down the Lawn on Sunday has lined up the most prestigious job a law graduate can have. Graduating law student Katherine Mims Crocker will clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia during the 2013-14 term.
Shaunik Panse '09 will clerk for South Africa's top judicial body, the Constitutional Court, for the first half of 2013, in a position offered to no more than a handful of lawyers around the world each year.
Two former U.S. Supreme Court clerks recently taught a short course at the University of Virginia School of Law that offered students an in-depth study of a case being argued today at the Supreme Court.
Background: Despite the high burden of musculoskeletal (MSK) diseases, few generalists are comfortable teaching MSK physical examination (PE) skills. Patient Partners in Arthritis (PPIA) is a standardized patient educator program that could potentially supplement current MSK PE teaching.
Medical students who practiced on a patient simulator before assisting in real-life vaginal deliveries scored significantly higher on their final examinations than did students receiving a lecture only at the start of an obstetric clerkship.
Medical students who practiced on a high-fidelity patient simulator before assisting in real-life vaginal deliveries scored significantly higher on their final obstetric clerkship examinations than did students receiving a lecture only, a new study reports.
Medical students who practiced on a high-fidelity patient simulator before assisting in real-life vaginal deliveries scored significantly higher on their final obstetric clerkship examinations than did students receiving a lecture only, a new study reports.
Medical students who practiced on a patient simulator before assisting in real-life vaginal deliveries scored significantly higher on their final examinations than did students receiving a lecture only at the start of an obstetric clerkship.
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